One of the major problems with such scams is that it is now relatively easy to pretend to be someone else, over text.The technology that powers texts allows people to put custom names in when they send messages – allowing people to easily pretend to be Google, Apple or anybody else.This week, I earned ,188.95, which was extremely lucrative. It comes in waves; checks are slightly bigger or smaller depending on how much I work in a pay period.Number of roommates: 0Monthly Expenses Rent: ,195.Textie creator Cam Sinclair says the app was created "to help people who find it hard to respond to deep and meaningful messages, sheer stupidity or witty quips," but all I could think of when I heard about this was, "So basically no one is going to be themselves ever again? Cool."I'm not saying it's wrong to ask other people for help with texting replies, because obviously it's not, but as someone who loves witty, weird texting conversations with my friends, I can't imagine how disappointing it would be to get to know someone through text messages (as a lot of us do now) and then find out that the Internet was just feeding them lines to reply with. Like one that tells me when it's too late to eat snacks? where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money.
But they could be incredibly dangerous – and so it’s important to make sure to know how to spot them.
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One of the more recent scourges coming over SMS are i Cloud scams.
They aim to trick people into giving up the password that they use to get into their Apple account – and, once hackers are into that, then they can easily get your bank account details, your location, and more scary stuff besides.